Ebbetts Pass 1123 Chapter 1714 Newsletter December 2014

Ebbetts Pass Lodge #1123 December 2014 Volume 14 Issue 8
WOTM White Christmas
Dinner & a Movie
Thursday December 18, 2014
White Lasagna
(mushrooms, butternut squash, spinach in a
white béchamel cheese sauce)
Salad & Bread $9.00
Cut off for dinner is Dec 16.
Dinner is at 6:00
Following dinner, we are showing the
movie “White Christmas”
You do not need to purchase dinner to
come down and enjoy the Movie
Hosted by Maryann Fabian
Annual Children’s Christmas Party
Saturday December 13, 2014
11:00 am to 1:00 pm
Christmas gifts for all children
Cookie Decorating
Arts & Crafts
Santa and Mrs. Claus will be there
(bring your camera for photo’s)
Come enjoy a little Christmas fun
And have refreshments
EVERYONE IS WELCOME
(not just members)
Grab your friends and come on down
Women of the Moose
Annual Christmas Ornament
Exchange
Tuesday December 2, 2014
Grab an ornament (or a surprise
gift), bring your favorite
Dessert and come on down for
some FUN FUN FUN!
Immediately following our Meeting
7:00 pm
WOTM NEED YOUR HELP
It is time, again, to help a few
families in need in our Community.
We are starting to collect canned goods and
non-perishable items, There will be boxes
available to deposit the items into, which will
be located in the foyer of the Moose Lodge
home. Next time you go shopping, won’t you
consider grabbing a couple of items and donate
them so we can get a few families a wonderful
holiday meal. Questions? Please Call any
New Year’s Eve Dinner
Wednesday December 31, 2014
6:00 PM
Prime Rib, Baked Potatoes
Salad and Dessert
Pre-Pay $15.00 person
Free Champagne and favors
To bring in the New Year
Get your Tickets early to make sure you
come to the wonderful event
Past Governor’s and Loom Officer’s
The holiday season is upon us,&
I would like to wish all of you a happy
holiday season. By the time you get this
bulletin, Josh &Heller, and the many volunteers, will have already prepared and
served the annual, freedinner to the community. I want to thank all those who
helped provide this wonderful service to
the community. Serving the community
is what the Moose Lodge represents.
If you missed the wine & cheese
event, it was great. Thank you WOTM
for putting on this new event and thinking "out side the box". Without the support of the WOTM, our lodge would not
be as successful as it is.
Also in October, the Arnold Angels, headed by Laurie Andrade, on a
great Halloween dinner. They donated
the funds to the lodge to be used where
needed.you to all who helped and attended this wonderful dinner. It was
how important it is to the lodge to participate in the maintenance of the
lodge. On the 1st Tuesday of the
month at 9:00am there is a work
truly a BIG success.
day. We need help this one day so if
Please try to sign up as early
you have a couple of hours to spare,
as possible for all meals so the cooks
your time is needed and apprecican purchase the food accordingly. Your assistance with this is ap- ated. Please remember this is YOUR
lodge.
preciated.
Please check your bulletin for If you can't volunteer for the work
days but have a pickup, we need volupcoming events. The annual children's Christmas party is scheduled for unteers to take the bottles to the recyDecember 13th, 11am to 1pm! Every- cle place in Murphys. There are many
one in the community is invited to this ways to support the lodge. Please ask
what you can do. Everything, no matevent. On December 7th, we will be
ter how small, helps.
having a shuffle board tournament
which will start at noon. There will
also be a breakfast so plan on coming Bull Moose of the Month
The Moose of the Month is
for breakfast first. If you can't get
Pat
Wrigglesworth.
Whenever there is
down to signup, please call and ask
a
project
at
the
lodge
that we need help
someone to sign you up. New Year's
with, Pat is always there to help. Pat
Eve Party will be on December
has held offices and has assisted the
31st. Please check the bulletin board
Administrator is his absence. Thank
for details.
Previously, I have mentioned you, Pat, for all your dedication.
Respectfully submitted,
Dan Leary
Governor
As I’m sure you’ve have heard, our
Moose Legion has purchased an “EZ
Child/Adult ID Kit” from the Safe
Surfin’ folks of the Bedford County
Sherriff’s Department in Bedford,
Va. What is Safe Surfin’ ? and exactly what is the “EZ Child/Adult ID
Kit”? In 2008, the Moose entered
into a partnership with the Safe
Surfin’ Foundation, a Virginia-based
organization which has been a leader
in attempts to keep the Internet a safe
place for children to explore. In addition to educating children and their
parents on using the Internet safely,
support provided by the Moose has
enabled Safe Surfin’ to expand its
programs to furnishing law enforcement with computer equipment to be
used to pursue Internet predators, as
well as ballistic vests to protect officers while apprehending these criminals. Moose is also a strong proponent of the EZ Child ID program,
which provides parents with an
electronic file that contains personal information, electronic fingerprints, photographs and a video
file of their children. This information is readily available to law enforcement if a child becomes lost or
is abducted. We will be receiving
our EZ Child kit soon and intend to
use it by providing a free “CD” to
parents or guardians. We will start
by offering this program to any
group or organization like schools,
adult facilities, libraries and public
events throughout Calaveras
County. We are looking to assemble two or three teams to make the
“CD”s and run the ID Kit. It comes
with a camera, Finger printing
equipment and Laptop computer
with special software. No special
knowledge is required. If you think
you might like to be part of a team
please contact me or Governor Dan
Leary. We would like to begin
training teams in January so we can
offer this wonderful program as
soon as possible.
Get Involved,
Bill Kislingbury, Administrator
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a gift, a dessert to share and enjoy the
company of your coworkers. December 31st come to the Lodge and bring in
the New Year with dinner and dancing.
November was the month for
petizer. New Member Orientation was See baord for details. Keep those donaThanks and to remember to celebrate
very successful. Thanks to Ted Carpen- tions coming in for our Christmas Baskets. Please let me know of families in
family and love and to reflect back on
ter, Mona Baroody and Diane Freier.
the year. I thank each and everyone one You guys put in the hard work to keep need that we can help this Christmas
of you for helping me to learn more
our new members informed and excited season, 209-795-5020 or [email protected] Any donations,
about the Moose and to cherish its val- about our Lodge and Chapter.
monetary or food, is being accepted.
ues. We take care of those who cannot
December
Congratulations to Megan Ostake care of themselves. Thanks for giv- also reminds us to cherish our loved
incup for getting her calling card for
ing so selflessly to Moose Heart and
ones and our Moose Family. We give
Moose Haven. Thanks for being a
to our community our time and money. College of Regents! It takes a lot of
hard work to earn it and we appreciate
Moose Family and giving to each other We couldn’t be so successful without
love, support and guidance.
each and every one of you! Please take your generosity.
I want to give Thanks again to
Our first ever Wine On The
the time to remember all the things you
all or our VOLUNTEERS. Truly, our
Mountain was a very fun event. There
cherish. Speaking of giving our Chilwere local wines for everyone to taste
dren’s Christmas Party is December Chapter and Lodge cannot survive
and to make notes on your favorite
13th from 11:00-1:00. We are looking without you. We have great people who
wines. A special thank you to Stevenot for volunteers to help at the party, bak- give their time each and every month to
Winery for being a major sponsor and
ing cookies and decorating the Lodge. help with cleanup, cook dinners,
lunches, breakfast, bakers, committee
to Stacey Stowe, a new member, Chaz
The Lodge will be decorated on Dechairs, bingo, special events and the
Henderson, and Rodney Korblick for
cember 2nd, baking cookies and chilbeing our pourers. Thanks to the count- dren’s bag assembly is December 11th people who buy the tickets. It takes
less others who helped set up and clean starting at 10:00. December 2nd, is also every one of you to make our Chapter
up and to everyone who brought an ap- our annual ornament exchange. Bring and Lodge great!
Volunteer of
the month is Marilynn Strand. She quietly shows up to many of our events
Activity
and helps out behind the scenes. She
knows what needs to be done and she
Message
just does it! Thanks Marilynn you help
keep our Chapter thriving!
Senior Regent’s Update
We had some wonderful dinners in the
month of November. Our volunteers went
above and beyond my expectations with a
great variety of meals and I want to thank
every one of them for a job well done!!
I do want to go over the purchasing of
stock for doing your dinners. I happened
to be watching a cooking show on TV
and the chef that was doing the program
owned a restaurant in New York City
He was discussing how there two important things to becoming a successful chef.
One is to be creative about the meal, but
the most important thing was to manage
your purchases or cost for the meal.
If you have 30 signups for your dinner
and you need two can of something don’t
order a case and have 4 cans that sit on
our shelves waiting for a cook to use
them in the future. I have seen product sit
on the shelf for months and become out
dated and tossed in the garbage. That is
money that this Lodge lost due to over
purchasing.
Please look at your purchasing as if you
were spending your own money buying for
your family. Try to shop for sales and not
for convenience.
I only bring this up to help to make more
bottom line profits for your hard work preparing meals for this lodge.
AGAIN I THANK YOU FOR YOUR
VOLINTEER HOURS
Ted Carpenter
Activity Chair
Colette Scales-Senior Regent
WII BOWLING
IS COMING SOON!
Starting in January and back by
popular demand will be WII bowling. Watch for signups on the
bulletin board. Bowling nights
will be Sunday, Monday and Wed.
For more information you can
contact Tess Leary at
[email protected]
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A Note from The Membership Chairman
Ted Carpenter
Our November 4th Work Day has
come and gone. Four of our members came and got a lot of work accomplished. We got a quick cleaning
up of the parking lot, porch and yard.
As usual, the kitchen got its monthly
clean up and the refrigerator and
freezer got a much needed cleaning
out. Looks like we will be having a
dinner put together sometime this
month with the leftovers. Yum.
Thanks Ted and Kathy Carpenter,
Raynelle Sgambati and Bob Arnold
for showing up and getting it done.
And let’s not forget Gloria Gonzales
who keeps our coffee pots and station
clean and stocked.
We threw in a quick cleanup of the
garages on Tuesday, Nov. 11 and did
a pretty good job of getting things
cleaned up and cleared out. Thanks
Dan Leary, Karl Malmin and Pat
Wrigglesworth for making this happen.
Next Work Day is December 2nd at
9AM. Same time, same place. We
need people to show up to help get
the Christmas decorations out of the
attic and get the tree and lodge decorated for the holidays. We will have
to let Mother Nature decide what we
can get done outside that day. Hope
to see you then.
Jean Lestanguet
We had great New Member Orientation Luncheon on Saturday the 15th of November,
with 32 new members attending. What made this luncheon so impressive were the
questions from the new members about this fraternal organization. They truly
wanted to get involved.
We are still a little behind on our membership goals for this Moose year. I am asking
our membership to work hard to get as many new members to join this wonderful
lodge this year. Our members have always come through in the past and I have all the
confidence that they will succeed again!!
IF A NEW MEMBER JOINS THEY WILL ONLY HAVE TO PAY $75.00 THE
LODGE WILL PAY $10.00 OF THEIR $20.00 ENROLLMENT FEE WHICH IS A
SAVING OF $10.00 TO THE NEW MEMBER.
I want to give a big thanks to Women of the Moose for the delicious side dishes that
they provided for the orientation luncheon, we had a lot of new members compliment
us on how wonderful the food was.
I don’t know what this lodge would do without these great ladies!!
Ted Carpenter
Membership Chair
Jackpot Winner
None
Mystery Number
19084350
Crying Towel
We cannot do it
without YOU!
Please support your
Lodge and Chapter by
supporting our
fundraising efforts.
Come out and have
dinner with us!
Cambria Hatcher, Dan Leary, Maureen Dinnocenzo, Lynn Gentry, Patti
Hendershot, Mary Roderick, RaeAnn
Rodr, Kenneth Lewis, Gay Drago,
Harry TittlJohn Warren, Jane Richter,
Dennis Pinion, Shirley Small, Bob
Fitzgerald, Barbara Schmuch,
Gwyneth Swanson, Al Anten, Denise
Sayegh, Chris Rinauro, Denise
Sayegh, Roger Hennesse, Debbie
Morris, Sherry Tittle, Ken Lyden,
Kerry Jones, Kayla Bruneau, Tia
White, Leony Shaw, Judith Marvin
Membership Status
Ebbetts Pass Lodge #1123
11/15/2014
Member on rolls last Month 545
Total Adds
10
Total Deductions 8
Total Arrears ( expired ) 90
Percent Arrears 14.13%
Total on rolls last Transmit 547
Goal for 4/30/2015
548
Ebbetts Pass Chapter #1714
11/15/2014
Members on Rolls Last Month 372
Total Adds
1
Total Deductions
8
Total Arrears (Expired) 71
Percent of Arrears 16.28%
Total on Rolls last transmit 365
Goal for 4/30/2015
363
LOOM Officers 2014-2015
Governor-Dan Leary
Administrator-Bill Kislingbury
Jr Governor-Robert Burns
Prelate-Rod Cummins
Jr Past Gov-Josh Heller
Treasurer-Bill Osincup
1st Yr Trustee-Bob Arnold
2nd Yr. Trustee-Jerry Osincup
3rd Yr Trustee-Joe Salvato
Sgt At Arms-Adam Klein
Inner Guard-Harry Tittle
Outer Guard-Karl Malmin
WOTM Officers 2014-2015
Senior Regent-Colette Scales
Junior Regent– Diane Freier
Chaplain-Shirley Small
Recorder-Chris Lestanguet
Secretary/Treasurer- MaryAnn Fabian
Guide– Share Peterson
Assistant Guide– Marilyn Harlow
Musician-Kathy Carpenter
LEGION Chairman 2014-2015
Chairman-Bill Osincup
Vice Chairman-Paul Mandell
Assistant Secretary-Pat Wrigglesworth
Junior Past Chairman-Frank Tabbah
Health/Welfare-Bob Arnold
Activities-Ted Carpenter
MOOSE LEGION NEWS – Bill Osincup, Chairman
Not much going on Moose Legion wise right now. It’s that time of year when
everyone is trying to prepare for Christmas, the “snow birds” are preparing to
fly and the rest of us are hunkering down for what we hope is a decent winter.
Do try to come down and support your lodge when you can.
A few of us attended the Hesperian Moose Legion Celebration Dinner and
Dance (formerly the Fellowship Ball) on November 1, 2014 at the Lodi lodge.
Our group had a fun evening and I think Ebbetts Pass was better represented
than any other lodge but maybe Lodi.
At our last Moose Legion meeting in October, the members nominated
Brother “Bingo Bill” McClure as “Moose Legionnaire for the Month”. Bill
has taken care of Wednesday night Bingo for so many years I doubt he can
even remember how long it’s been. Bingo is how our lodge raises most of the
dollars that we donate back to the community. The list of what we support is
long, but if you look at the poster in the dining room you’ll get an idea of all of
the things we help support. Bingo is what allows us to do this and our Bingo
program exists thanks to Brother Bill McClure and his team.
We will not be having a Moose Legion meeting in December 2014. See you in
January.
Fraternally Yours, Bill Osincup
DISTRICT 8 Officers 2013-2014
President-Joshua Heller
Vice President-Skip Bonetti
Prelate-Paul Cruz
Secretary-Bill Fletch
Treasurer– Ed Young
Jr Past President-Craig Isaacson
COME AND GET
ONE!
This is our 40th
Anniversary
Pin, available to
purchase at the lodge
for $5.00. Come out
and support your lodge
and grab your pin while
supplies last
Backpacks for kids program is up and running. I have found a school in
need and I NEED YOUR HELP! We need the following items to get ready for the
school and then we can set up a delivery date for members who want to help:
10 back packs for teenagers, Colored Pencils, Binder dividers, 1" floppy binders,
graph paper, black, blue and red pens, hand sanitizer, composition notebooks,
binder paper-wide rule, colored marker pens. Once we get enough to put a delivery together, I will post a date and we can all take them down FROM THE
MEN AND WOMEN of the MOOSE! Let's show them how wonderful we are and
why we are even Moose members. There is a box on the cooler at the lodge
when you walk into the door. ANY questions, please call me-795-5623 Thanks
for everything you do for the Moose and your Community!
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23 CLOSED
WOTM MEETING 7:00 PM
LOOM MEETING 7:00 PM
16 CLOSED UNTIL 5PM
LOOM HOUSE & OFFICER
MEETING 5:00
22
15 MNF LOOM DINNER
DAN LEARY’S FAMOUS
CHILI WITH GARLIC BREAD
$6.00
DAN LEARY & CREW
WOTM OFFICER’S MEETING
4:00 PM
9 CLOSED
2 CLOSED UNTIL 5 PM
W ORK DAY 9-12:00 PM
LOOM HOUSE & OFFICER
MEETING 5:00
LOOM MEETING 7:00
WOTM ORNAMENT
EXCHANGE
1 LOOM DINNER
HOT TURKEY SANDWICHES
AND ALL THE FIXINGS
6:00 PM $5.00
JOSH & CINDI HELLER
8 MNF LOOM DINNER
CLEAN THE FREEZER
SURPRISE BUFFET
$5.00
CARPENTERS &
LESTANGUETS
TUE OPEN
MEETING NIGHTS ONLY
5-10:00 PM
MON OPEN
12-7:00 PM
21
49ERS VS SEAHAWKS
14 WOTM DINNER
PORK VERDE, RICE
BEANS, DESSERT $8.00
COLLEEN BROPHY
SHUFFLEBOARD
TOURNAMENT 11 AM
7
SUN OPEN
12-7:00 PM
BREAKFASTS SERVED
9:00 AM-11:00 AM
NEW YEAR
31 NEW YEARS EVE DINNER
PRIME RIB, BAKED POTATOE
SALAD, DESSERT $15.00
PRE-PAY FREE CHAMPAGNE
& FAVORS TO RING IN THE
24 NO LUNCH
17 BBQ LOOM
JOYCE KISLINGBURY
10 BBQ WOTM
DIANNE & CHAZ
3 BBQ WOTM
GLORIA AND KATHY
WED OPEN
11-7:00 PM
MERRY CHRISTMAS
25 CLOSED
COME SEE THE MOVIE
18
WOTM CHRISTMAS DINNER
WHITE LASAGNA $9.00
MARYANN FABIAN 6:00 PM
MOVIE SHOWING-W HITE
CHRISTMAS 6:30 PM
DINNER IS NOT REQUIRED TO
11 LOOM DINNER
POSOLE(MEXICAN PORK
STEW ) WITH ALL THE SIDES,
VEGGIE $9.00
THE CARPENTER’S
4 LOOM DINNER
MAC & CHEESE & HAM
CASSEROLE, SALAD
$8.00
THOMAS BRADSHAW
THU OPEN
12-7:00 PM
26
19
12 WOTM DINNER
CLAM CHOWDER IN A
HOMEMADE BREAD BOWL,
COLESLAW $7.00
MARILYN HARLOW
CHRIS LESTANGUET
5
FRI OPEN
12-7:00 PM
EBBETTS PASS LODGE DECEMBER 2014 CALENDAR
CALL THE LODGE FOR MEAL SIGN-UPS 209-795-3112
**PLEASE CALL THE LODGE TO SIGN UP FOR MEALS**
27 WOTM DINNER
TACO NIGHT
BEEF AND CHICKEN, RICE,
BEANS $7.00
CHARLOTTE HENDERSON
20
13 WOTM ANNUAL
CHILDREN’S CHRISTMAS
PARTY 11:00-1:00 PM
SEE FRONT COVER
6
SAT OPEN
12-7:00 PM
LOOM
2014-2015 LOOM and WOTM Officers & Chairman
(Keep this list since it will only be in the newsletter 1 time)
WOTM
Governor-Dan Leary
209-795-5868
Senior Regent-Colette Scales
Administrator-Bill Kislingbury
209-795-7458
Junior Regent-
Jr. Governor-Bob Burns
209-795-6871
Chaplain-Shirley Small
209-795-1846
Prelate-Rod Cummins
209-795-5772
Recorder-Chris Lestanguet
209-795-5234
Jr Past Gov.-Josh Heller
209-795-5623
Secretary/Treasurer-MaryAnn Fabian
650-364-1675
Treasurer-Bill Osincup
209-795-4410
Junior Grad Regent-Charlotte Henderson
209-795-7334
1 Year Trustee-Bob Arnold
209-795-4165
Guide-Shar Peterson
209-795-6401
2 Year Trustee-Jerry Osincup
209-795-9072
Assistant Guide-Marilyn Harlow
209-795-2768
3 Year Trustee-Joe Salvato
209-795-2085
Musician-Kathy Carpenter
209-795-4428
Sgt-at-Arms-Adam Klein
209-795-5623
Committees
Inner Guard-Harry Tittle
209-795-1655
Membership Retention-Mona Baroody
209-795-3001
Outer Guard-Karl Malmin
209-795-2711
Publicity-Lynn Klein
209-795-3440
Committees
Youth Involvement-Phyllis Sheridan
209-728-8541
Application Review-Bill Kislingbury 209-795-7458
Mooseheart/Moosehaven-Debra Jeros
209-768-3670
Audit-Bob Harlow
Community Service-Jennifer Wadsworth
209-728-8541
Educational Advancement-Marilyn Strand
209-795-3812
209-795-2768
Mooseheart/Moosehaven-
209-795-5020
Bingo-Bill McClure
209-795-4795
Family Involvement-Jeni Avila
209-768-4751
Community Service-Dan Leary
209-795-5868
Moose Charities-Debbie Sohm
209-795-5821
Health Awareness-Paddi Ware
209-728-8248
Family ActivitiesFellowship-Everett (Bud) Palmer
209-795-2624
Standing Committees
Moose Charities-Everett (Bud)
Palmer
209-795-2624
Academy of Friendship-Bonnie Doiel
209-795-6552
Government Relations-Bill Osincup
209-795-4410
Star Recorder-Della Taylor
209-795-2211
College of Regents-Jenifer Murch
209-795-2233
209-795-5020
HistoricalMoose Legion-Bill Osincup
209-795-4410
Audit-Colette Scales
Lodge Calendar-Ted Carpenter
209-795-4428
Audit-
Medical Equipment-Rod Cummins
209-795-5772
Audit-
Scholarships-Rod Cummins
209-795-5772
Application Review– Kathy Carpenter
209-795-4428
Membership-Ted Carpenter
209-795-4428
Application Review– Janice Collum
209-795-5135
Communications-Josh Heller
209-795-5623
Activities Calendar-Chris Lestanguet
209-795-5234
Public Relations-Harry Tittle
209-795-1655
Ritual Orientation-Bob Burns
209-795-6871
Sports Shuffle Board-Bob Burns
209-795-6871
Sports Horseshoes-Scott McKinney
209-795-6116
Sports Golf-Steve Heisinger
209-795-5675
Sports Pool-Ed Franke
209-795-3138
Sports-Wii—Tess Leary
209-795-5868
Loss Prevention-Ted Carpenter
209-795-4428
Workday/Special ProjectsJean Lestanguet
209-795-5234
Above and Beyond Travel
Full Service Agency *Cruises * Resorts * Tours
Maureen Dinnocenzo
CTA/ECC/Hawaii DS/Owner
PO Box 1029
209-795-3226
Arnold, Ca 95223
866-476-7476
Aboveandbeyondtravelagency.com
[email protected]
Shop: (209) 795-2018
Cell: (209) 768-2165
Cambria Hatcher
OWNER/OPERATOR
Salon etc.
Grizzly Plaza
2704 Highway 4
Big Trees Market
FINANCIAL SERVICES
Ebbetts Pass Gas Service
Propane Gas Appliances
Sales & Service 209-795-1391
Arnold Barbershop
Applewood Center
2182 HWY 4
PO Box 6195
Arnold, CA, 95223
Hours:Wed-Fri 6AM to 1PM
209-795-3868
FAX 209-795-1065
795-0666
Nick Self-Co-owner 1771 b. Highway 4
Gary J. Vochatzer
Insurance Broker since 1962
Lic#0243283
6507 Pacific Ave
PMB#332
Stockton, Ca 95207
Mosbaugh Properties
Ph:209-951-4993
USA: 800-698-9556
Fax: 800-698-9552
Arnold: 209-795-5908
PO Box 2169
Arnold, Ca
M&M Drafting
Marilyn Strand
Wayne Renaud
P.O.Box 4266
Dorrington, Ca 95223
PO Box 531
Arnold, Ca 95223
O'Leary's Green
Above and Beyond Travel
Full Service Agency
Custom Golf Clubs
Club Repairs
Fittings
209-795-0832
Linda Penney
CST#2085348-40
PO Box 3524
209-795-0514
Arnold, Ca 95223
952-373-3548
Aboveandbeyondtravelagency.com
[email protected]
925 Hwy 4 Arnold Plaza
PO Box 648
Arnold, Ca 95223
209-795-5588
209-768-3647
Customer Service:877-737-5263
Email: [email protected]
Sierra Hills Market-Murphys
Angels Market-Angels Camp
Treats General Store-San Andreas
It Pays to Recycle
Marie Sevier-cosmetologist
[email protected]
DMC
JULIANA’S “LOVIN’ OVEN”
Juliana Marie Donatelli
PO Box 102, Arnold, Ca 95223
Custom Wedding Cakes
All Occasion Cakes
(209) 795-0126
Dave Martens Construction
General Building Contractor
Lic#945058
Quality at a Reasonable Price
209-770-3309
PO Box 2053
Arnold, Ca 95223
Mark Miguel
Ph/Fax 209-728-3845
Carpet, Vinyl, linoleum
Hardwood Floors
Larry D. Dufloth
Custom Floor Installation
Cont. Lic.
No. 410372
Shears Marie Salon
Nancy Mertz
rePLANET Recycling
rePLANET.com
Custom Home Designs Since 1988
*Remodels & Additions
*Garages & Decks
*Title-24 hour documentation
*Permit Processing
(209) 795-3884
P.O. Box 1192
Leader of the Pack
K9 Obedience
Gina Barr
Teaching you to train your dog
Group, Private and On-Site Lessons
2481 Camanche Drive Arnold, Ca 95223
209-795-1405
209-770-1481
[email protected]
Acupuncture Wellness of Calaveras
Richard Weissman-Acupuncturist
209-736-9484 Free Consultation
[email protected]
AcupunctureCalaveras.com
(Angels Camp/Arnold)
18 years experience
Chronic pain, Stress, Fatigue, Insomnia, Arthritis
Allergies, Digestive, Weight, Much More!
Ebbetts Pass Lodge #1123
Loyal Order Of Moose
P.O. Box 121
Arnold CA, 95223-0121
DECEMBER 2014 Bulletin
Attention: Dated Material Enclosed
Important That Delivery Be Made Promptly
Bulletin Articles Due by the 15th of the month. NO EXCEPTIONS!
Editor-Cindi Heller [email protected] Publication Chairman-Josh Heller [email protected]
Lodge website www.ebbettspassmoose.org
California/Nevada Website www.ca-nvmoose.org
Moose International Website www.mooseintl.org - Password is Distance
I always need photos for the bulletin. If you have any pictures of Lodge activities, please e-mail me or call and let me know.
209-795-5623